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Seattle City Labor Law Poster

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Seattle City Labor Law Poster


This laminated Seattle Complete City Labor Law Poster has recent labor law postings that meet business requirements to protect employers from posting fines and employee disputes. Please post this poster in addition to your existing Washington state & federal labor law posters.

Product Specification:

  • Minimum Wage for Small Business and Large Business
  • Wage Theft
  • Fair Chance Employment
  • Paid Sick and Safe Time
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish
  • Poster size 15 x 22
  • Front and back sides are laminated
  • Quality printing in full color

Do you need all Washington Labor Law Posters? Order the
All-In-One Washington Labor Law Poster today in addition to the Seattle Complete City Labor Law Poster. 


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The first section gives details about the current minimum wage. There is a breakdown of the minimum wage based on size of the company and if benefits are or are not offered. For large companies, which are described as 501 employees are higher, the minimum wage is $15.45 if an employer does not pay towards medical benefits and $15.00 per hour if the company does contribute. For small companies, described as employers with 500 or less employees, the minimum wage is $14.00 an hour if the employer does not pay $2.50 per hour towards benefits and/or the employee doesn’t earn $2.50/hr. in tips. For small companies the minimum wage is $11.50 per hour if the company does provide money towards benefits as described above and/or the employee receives tips as described above.

The next section, which is wave theft, gives a detailed list of the description itself and discusses the need for documentation by the employer if there are any wage-related changes. There is also information provided regarding the route to filing a complaint if necessary.

The paid sick and safe time section details how employers are required to provide their employees with paid and safe time. This part of the poster also breaks down accrual, use and carry over based on employer size.

The Fair Chance Employment Ordinance portion of the poster deals with criminal background checks and their use during the hiring process. The ordinance itself limits the use of arrest and conviction records in employment in the city of Seattle.

To be legally compliant, the Seattle Complete Poster must be displayed in a visible location in the workplace in order to avoid potential legal penalties.

In addition, make sure you also have up to date versions of Washington Labor Laws.

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